WHY DON'T YOU TAKE INSURANCE?
Most acupuncturists get into the healthcare field to specifically help people. While many insurance companies may include acupuncture benefits, most outsource their health maintenance billing to a service with a goal of paying out as little as possible. They are a for-profit company and are not centered on patient care. They will pay what they consider to be “normal and customary” which is usually less than what we must charge to keep our doors open for business. With the enormous amount of paperwork, administrative overhead and reduced reimbursement from insurance companies we would have to over-schedule appointments and increase the cost of services to those paying out of pocket.
Rather than being a part of this problem, we want to be a part of the solution to the current health-care and insurance industry crisis. We take pride in providing affordable, outstanding, personalized care centered on you and your well-being.
By being a cash based practice, we work directly for you!
BUT, I HAVE ACUPUNCTURE BENEFITS WITH MY INSURANCE. CAN I USE IT AT ALL?
Hopefully! To help, we can provide you a superbill with all of the Current Procedural Codes (CPT) and diagnostic codes used during your care, which you can submit directly to your healthcare insurance company. Your health care insurance company may reimburse you based on your specific coverage plan.
WHAT IS COMMUNITY ACUPUNCTURE?
Community Acupuncture is a model of treatment that utilizes a group setting to provide effective, accessible and affordable acupuncture. We offer high-quality, personalized treatments in our peaceful common room. Patients are treated in comfortable recliners supported by the collective healing around them.
We know that frequent treatments can make a real difference in one's overall health and wellness. Keeping our fees low allows you to come in more often so that you can actually afford to get better.
DO YOU OFFER DISCOUNTS?
We currently offer discounted treatments to seniors, military personnel and their families, first responders, health care providers and teachers.